Which PSP Should I Get?

Discussion in 'PSP - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by Rydian, Jan 5, 2013.

  1. eriol33

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    hey guys, is psp 2000 is the best choice for a hacked psp because it can use pandora for brick recovery?
     


  2. TecXero

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    It depends on what kind of homebrew you're going to be using with it. If you're going to be developing for it, using untested homebrew, messing with the NAND, or wanting to be able to switch to older firmwares, then go with a Slim. Otherwise, a Brite or a Go will do fine.
     
  3. ContraGryzor

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    Hi

    I'm very new to the psp scene. I want to buy one for homebrew and have seen many new Sony PSP 3000 Core black Packs on amazon and ebay. I think this is really the only unit to by now as I can't find new units of PSP 2000 or GO unless I want to pay a very high price. What are the opinions on this PSP 3000 version compared to other versions of psp and can it play all homebrew and emulators with custom firmware?
     
  4. TecXero

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    If you just want it to run homebrew and backups, then go for it. Only bother with the Phat or Slim if you really want to mess with the NAND. The Brite has a subjectively better screen and is pretty well opened up. There's no Pandora recovery, though, so don't run anything that's not well tested or else you might end up with a brick.
     
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  5. Haseeb_BSAA

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    2000 has no Microphone btw.
     
  6. Nemix77

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    How good do PSP games look on the Vita Slim with bilinear filtering turned off?

    Does the Vita upscale PSP games at all through video processing or is it just stretched out to fill the screen?
     
  7. digr8one

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    PhotoFast CR-5400, Dual Slot-Adapter. can I use this with a PSP? If so how big should the microSD cards be?
     
  8. Tikker

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    whatever you want really

    personally, I use a pair of 32gb ones, but basically whatever decent ones you can get cheap is fine. I found when you try to go too big, you end up with so much stuff on your psp that you spend all your time looking at the list, and never actually playing
     
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  9. lcie nimbus

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    I'm using 2 32 gb cards loaded with games . ones in my psp all the time . and ones in my phone . when I want some other games I just switch em .